Justin Reamer

(2 October 1993 / Holland, Michigan)

The Great Disdain


Disdain grows in my heart,
As you look at me in that way,
For I am tired of your wanton acts
And your malevolent ways.

As you look at me in that way,
You anger my heart like a burning fire,
And your malevolent ways,
They make me sicker than a dog.

You anger my heart like a burning fire,
Your ugliness is more than I can bear,
The make me sicker than a dog,
All the things you do to me.

Your ugliness is more than I can bear,
As you are more putrid than any man,
All the things you do to me,
They make me angrier day by day.

As you are more putrid than any man,
You are a scoundrel above all else,
They make me angrier day by day,
As you torment me with your speech.

You are a scoundrel above all else,
Unjustly taking from every man,
As you torment me with your speech,
You make me hate you even more.

Unjustly taking from every man,
You make me sick of the sight of you,
You make me hate you even more,
You are my worst enemy.

You make me sick of the sight of you,
With your warty hands and zitty face,
You make me hate you even more,
With that rotten grin and slimy skin.

With your warty hands and zitty face,
I hate the things I see,
With that rotten smile and slimy face,
I become sick of you.

I hate the things I see,
For you are disgusting beyond all,
I become sick of you,
Since you know no mercy.

For you are disgusting beyond all,
Hatred grows within me,
Since you know no mercy,
I hate you with all my heart.

Hatred grows within me,
Disdain grows in my heart,
I hate you with all my heart,
For I am tired of your wanton acts.

Submitted: Monday, May 13, 2013
Edited: Friday, September 13, 2013

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